forging brass

forging brass

[′fȯrj·iŋ ‚bras]
(metallurgy)
Brass composed of 60% copper, 38% zinc, and 2% lead, used for hot forgings, hardware, and plumbing supplies; it is extremely plastic when hot, is corrosion-resistant, and has excellent mechanical properties.
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Chase Brass & Copper Company, employing more than 300 people at its Montpelier, Ohio, plant, is an ISO 9002 certified manufacturer and supplier of free-machining and forging brass rod in the United States and Canada.
Presently, North American forgers use approximately 75 screw presses, dedicated principally to forging brass products and jet-engine parts.
the leading producer of free-machining and forging brass rod in North America, has become the latest company in the specialty metals industry to partner with the marketplace.
Chase Brass is an ISO 9002-certified leading producer of free-machining and forging brass rod in the United States and Canada and a wholly owned subsidiary of Chase Industries Inc.
Chase Industries, through its wholly owned subsidiaries, Chase Brass & Copper Company and Leavitt Tube Company, is a leading manufacturer of free-machining and forging brass rod and structural and mechanical steel tubing and structural pipe.
Chase Industries, through its wholly owned subsidiaries Chase Brass & Copper Company and Leavitt Tube Company, is a leading manufacturer of free-machining and forging brass rod and structural and mechanical steel tubing and structural pipe.
North America's leading producer of free machining and forging brass rod and a wholly owned subsidiary of Chase Industries (NYSE: CSI), announced today that it conducted its first e-commerce transaction via MetalSpectrum, a leading independent online marketplace for specialty metals.
Chase Industries, through its wholly-owned subsidiaries Chase Brass & Copper Company and Leavitt Tube Company, is a leading manufacturer of free-machining and forging brass rod and structural and mechanical steel tubing and structural pipe.
Chase Industries, through its wholly owned subsidiaries Chase Brass & Copper Company and Leavitt Tube Company, is a leading manufacturer of free- machining and forging brass rod and structural and mechanical steel tubing.
Chase Brass & Copper Company, employing more than 300 people at its Montpelier, Ohio plant, is an ISO 9002 certified manufacturer and supplier of free-machining and forging brass rod in the United States and Canada.